Annual Meeting & Director Elections
Wednesday April 4th, 6 - 8:30pm
Rogers City Area Senior & Community Center
Deer Math: Does Your Herd Add Up?
Come and learn how your deer herd population may actually
limit your hunting success!
Speakers Adam Osmun, Wildlife Consultant for Whitetail Directives
and Emily Sewell, Wildlife Health Specialist for MDNR
Elections for District Board Directors will also take place:
Ralph Viegelahn and Gary Shepherd will be running for 4-year terms,
and James DeDecker and Ivan Wirgau will be running to fill a 2-year vacant term.
All residents of Presque Isle County are eligible to vote if they are of legal age who can demonstrate residency in Presque Isle County via one (1) piece of identification.
Refreshments will be served; $5 donation suggested.
Please RSVP by March 30 by calling 989-734-4000.
Are you unable to attend the Annual Meeting on Wednesday, April 4th?
Let your VOTE still count! Fill out an Absentee Ballot!
Individuals who wish to vote with an absentee ballot may do so by
requesting a ballot in person at the District office during regular business hours
or by writing to, calling or emailing the District office.
658 S. Bradley Hwy. Rogers City, MI 49779
Requests for absentee ballots shall be made on an individual basis only.
Requests for multiple ballots are not allowed.
The District will provide each absentee voter with the following:
• One ballot.
• One voter registration form.
• One pre-addressed envelope to return the ballot and registration.
All voters requesting an absentee ballot must fill out a voter registration form,
which states they are a resident of the District, and are of legal age.
The completed and signed registration form and the completed absentee ballot
must be sealed and returned to the District office in the pre-addressed envelope provided.
These envelopes will be kept in a secured, locked box until the Annual Meeting. The Polling Officials will open the envelopes at the Annual Meeting. The Polling Officials will certify the registrations and include the ballots along with those cast at the Annual Meeting.
Want to save on your taxes? Active timber management based on a forest management plan can give you a kickback.
Contact us for information about the:
Qualified Forest Program (QFP).
You can make money by allowing others to hunt on your land! Interested? Click HERE.
Want preferential access to forest management funding? Contact us for information about the:
Forest Wetland Habitat MAEAP
Care about your woods?
The TREE FARM program is geared towards good forest stewards that are taking care of their forestland for the future.